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GV Community Energy are a community-based organisation committed to promoting community action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and encourage sustainable living.

GV Community Energy offer a range of products and services to residents, businesses and the wider community to reduce energy consumption and costs.

We provide independent, accurate information, assistance and advocacy, and have earned a trusted position in our community.


GV Community Energy’s mission is to promote community action that reduces greenhouse emissions and stimulates sustainable living. GV Community Energy assists residents, businesses, community organisations and government authorities to embrace lower carbon activities, through activities such as:

  • Research and promotional programs

  • Community engagement and educational programs

  • Encouraging government policies that lower carbon emissions and reduce reliance on fossil fuels

  • Facilitating the adoption of energy conservation through efficient building design and energy efficient appliances by selling products and undertaking energy efficiency assessments for homes and commercial buildings

  • Fostering the introduction of renewable and/or low emission energy technologies

  • Fostering behaviour changes that lead to reduced energy consumption and improved community resilience.

Latest news

Your Energy Broker
We are running an energy project called “Your Energy Broker” where we help low income households to find the cheapest electricity and gas tariffs. We are partnering the Brotherhood of St Laurence and this is a free service paid by the Victorian Government. 
Tatura Future Energy Project
GV Community Energy have been awarded a $50,000 New Energy Jobs fund grant to investigate the viability of a large scale (30 MW) PV installation at one of three potential sites. The study will include an investigation of network connection options, constraints and their associated costs. A range of PV installation sizes for each location, depending on constraints and costs will also be investigated.